Technology giant Google announced its Android Q mobile platform at its I/O 2019 developer’s conference yesterday. It gave us more details about what we can expect from the upcoming mobile platform. Android Q beta 3 comes with the much-awaited system-wide Dark Mode that reduces strain on users’ eyes and helps in saving the device’s battery life. In addition to this, there are a number of options that help users enhance privacy on their smartphone.
Before the final version of Android Q comes out later this year, the company will be rolling out the third beta update which will have most of its features. Google has said that the Android Q Beta 3 update has been rolled out to 21 smartphones from thirteen companies. In India, 13 out of these 21 smartphones are available. If you have any one of them, you can download the latest Android beta update on them right away.
To get the latest Android Q Beta 3 on your handset, head to android.com/beta. If you are a Pixel smartphone user, you can enrol your handset on the Android Beta programme to receive an over the air update of the Android Q Beta build. Check out the list of smartphones that are scheduled to get Android Q now:
3Google Pixel and Pixel XL
If you own the first generation of Google’s Pixel smartphones – Pixel or Pixel XL – you would be happy to know that the company will be rolling out the update to the two handsets. You can continue to use them for now, as they will be updated with the latest mobile platform.